The last two times Sadolin Paints and URA FC met, sale http://cerlalc.org/wp-includes/atomlib.php nine goals were produced. Both clashes at Mehta stadium in Lugazi.
The duo go head to head on Tuesday in Bugembe with the top five spot on sight. This game had earlier been rescheduled after failing to mature on 2nd April due to unavailability of URA FC coach and some players who were on national duty with the Hippos.
Both sides come into the game at the back of two winless runs; The painters lost 1-0 to Police at home a week ago just after picking a point away to Bright stars while the tax collectors have registered a double loss against Bul (1-0) and Soana (2-1).
The first leg ended 4-1 in favor of the Painters with goals from Andrew Bazooka, http://cvgfinance.com.au/wp-admin/includes/media.php Nigerian Victor Emenayo and a brace by Jackson Kibirige while URA grabbed consolation through league leading scorer Robert Ssentongo.
“Our target is to get back to winning ways especially in front of our sacred fans. A double against URA will boost our season, http://colosseo.com.br/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-links-list-table.php ” Sadolin coach Swamadu Musafiri told Chimp sport. ” We expect to make some changes in the squad that played Police.”
Striker Norman Ogik and Edgar Luzige are expected back in the team after a cold period out due to injuries same as Keeper Mathias Muwanga who was forced out of the Police game after twisting his arm.
Andrew Basooma is also returning after impressing in training while Nazil Serwadda drops to the bench.
URA will be without keeper Sulait Luyima, Jimmy Kulaba and Sam Senkoomi who are serving a three match ban for indiscipline.
The trio were punished for attacking a referee after the 1-0 loss in Jinja against Bul.